The Convervatism of Antonin Scalia
Richard A. Brisbin, JR. explores the political values of Justice Antonin Scalia of the Supreme Court. He argues that Scalia's writings and opinions to the end of the 1987 term of the Court contain a variation of the ideology of legalistic conservatism associated with Justice Felix Frankfurter and the current "right" members of the Court.
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